Walt Hameline
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Walt Hameline
Walt Hameline
Current position
TitleAthletic director
TeamWagner
ConferenceNEC
Biographical details
Born (1951-08-16) August 16, 1951 (age 69)
Playing career
1972-1975Brockport
Position(s)Linebacker
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
1977Brown (assistant)
1978-1980Wagner (OL)
1981-2014Wagner
1982-presentWagner
Head coaching record
Overall224-139-2
Bowls5-2
Tournaments4-2 (NCAA D-III playoffs)
1-1 (NCAA D-I playoffs)
Accomplishments and honors
Championships
1 NCAA Division III (1987)
1 LFC (1992)
2 NEC (2012, 2014)
Awards
AFCA NCAA Division III Coach of the Year (1987)
NEC Coach of the Year (2012)

Walt Hameline (born August 16, 1951)[1] is an American college athletics administrator and former college football coach. He is the athletic director at Wagner College in Staten Island, New York. Hameline was the head football coach from at Wagner from 1981 to 2014, compiling a record of 224-139-2 and guiding them to the NCAA Division III Football Championship in 1987.[2] Wagner College is currently an NCAA Division I Football Championship Subdivision (FCS) program that is a member of the Northeast Conference.

Wagner football teams under Hameline's guidance finished with winning records 23 times in his career.[3] In November 2010, he reached the 200-win mark as Wagner defeated Monmouth, 31-20.[4]

Hameline lives with his wife in Colts Neck Township, New Jersey.[5]

Head coaching record

Year Team Overall Conference Standing Bowl/playoffs
Wagner Seahawks (NCAA Division III independent) (1981-1991)
1981 Wagner 9-1
1982 Wagner 8-1-1 L NCAA Division III Quarterfinal
1983 Wagner 8-2-1 W ECAC Metro NY-NJ
1984 Wagner 6-4
1985 Wagner 9-2 W ECAC South
1986 Wagner 9-2 W ECAC South
1987 Wagner 13-1 W NCAA Division III Championship
1988 Wagner 8-2 L NCAA Division III First Round
1989 Wagner 6-3
1990 Wagner 5-5
1991 Wagner 5-5
Wagner Seahawks (Liberty Football Conference) (1992)
1992 Wagner 9-2 5-0 1st W ECAC Southeast Bowl
Wagner Seahawks (NCAA Division I-AA independent) (1993-1995)
1993 Wagner 9-2 W ECAC-IFC Division I-AA Bowl
1994 Wagner 6-5 L ECAC-IFC Division I-AA Bowl
1995 Wagner 8-2 L ECAC-IFC Division I-AA Bowl
Wagner Seahawks (Northeast Conference) (1996-2014)
1996 Wagner 5-5 2-2 T-3rd
1997 Wagner 6-4 2-2 3rd
1998 Wagner 7-3 3-2 T-3rd
1999 Wagner 5-5 5-2 3rd
2000 Wagner 6-5 6-2 3rd
2001 Wagner 3-6 3-5 T-5th
2002 Wagner 7-4 4-3 4th
2003 Wagner 6-5 3-4 T-5th
2004 Wagner 6-5 3-4 T-4th
2005 Wagner 6-5 3-4 T-5th
2006 Wagner 4-7 0-7 8th
2007 Wagner 7-4 3-3 T-3rd
2008 Wagner 3-8 1-6 7th
2009 Wagner 6-5 5-3 T-3rd
2010 Wagner 5-6 3-5 T-6th
2011 Wagner 4-7 4-4 T-4th
2012 Wagner 9-4 7-1 T-1st L NCAA Division I Second Round
2013 Wagner 3-8 2-4 T-6th
2014 Wagner 7-4 5-1 T-1st
Wagner: 224-139-2 69-62
Total: 224-139-2
      National championship         Conference title         Conference division title or championship game berth

See also

References

  1. ^ http://web1.ncaa.org/stats/StatsSrv/careercoach
  2. ^ "2010 Football Coaching Staff: Walt Hameline, Head Football Coach". Wagner College.
  3. ^ "Walt Hameline Records by Year". College Football Data Warehouse.
  4. ^ "Wagner coach Walt Hameline wins 200th career game, beating Monmouth 31-20". Chicago Tribune (AP story). November 6, 2010.
  5. ^ Anderson, Teja. "In Good Company - Walt Hameline", Living In Colts Neck, April 30, 2011. Archived April 29, 2012. "Walt has made the daily commute to Staten Island from his home in Colts Neck where he lives with Debi, his lovely wife of 30 years, a flight attendant with U.S. Airways."

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